Donor Alliance in the Community
We’re so proud to work with each and every one of our staff members here at Donor Alliance. In our Staff Spotlight, we like to take a minute to share who we are and why we work at Donor Alliance. As an Administrative Assistant at the Donor Alliance Recovery Center, Brittany Jones supports the facilities manager and clinical staff. Brittany says one of the best things about working at Donor Alliance is developing professional and personal relationships, with not only staff members, but Partners as well.
Name: Brittany Jones
Position: Administrative Assistant- Recovery Center
Years at Donor Alliance: 9 ½ years
Tell us a little about your role with Donor Alliance: I work at the recovery center, which can be a very busy place. I support the facilities manager and the clinical staff. I am responsible for receiving and releasing donors from our facility. I keep track of the supplies used during each case and I greet all vendors who visit the recovery center.
What is the best thing about working at Donor Alliance? I’m happy to know I am one of the last people who has the honor to care for our donors while also supporting our clinical teams. I enjoy developing professional and personal relationships, not only with DA staff but also our Partners with whom I interact with daily.
What does donation & transplantation mean to you? For me, donation is a selfless act that helps another person in need. Knowing that families trust me, as an employee of Donor Alliance, provides me a sense of purpose that I carry with me throughout my daily work. When I think of transplantation, I think of the vastly growing medical advancements obtainable to recipients and the new life experiences they will have.
When you’re not working, what do you like to do for fun? I’m currently completing my pre-requisites for nursing school. So fun is only seldom. When I do have down time, I prefer to spend time with my three sons and my husband. I also enjoy cooking, crafting and barre workouts.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given? Be humble and always try your best.